Traveling safely is important to everyone who takes to the road in a motor home or travel trailer. Make sure your RV is well maintained and ready to go when you are. That's the first step toward having a safe trip.
Remember to observe the common principles of safety:
Avoid trees or power lines that could fall on your vehicle. The safest place during lightning is inside your RV. If you're in the path of a tornado, you are safest in a tornado shelter. Avoid parking in low areas that are prone to flash flooding.
We hope your rv trip is safe, but if you do have an accident you can get countrywide claim service by calling our toll-free claims hotline at 1-800-527-3907. If you're injured in an accident, seek medical assistance first and call us later or have someone else make the call for you.
If you'd like a copy of our brochure for RV travelers, including travel, safety and insurance information, drop a note to Foremost Insurance Group, Public Relations Department, PO Box 2450, Grand Rapids, MI 49501 or send us an e-mail.Tweet
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